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Normally we define a range bay the row & column of the begin and end cell, e.g. A1:A11

I wonder if there is a way to define the range which has end-of-column marker, e.g. A1:A~ where ~ stands for end-of-column

End-of-column cell is the cell which has the maximum index of row in the current column - the last cell with actual value in the column.

It would be lovely to have this marker in Excel since we can have defined-name range which auto expands whenever the sheet grows.

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This is directly related to the other thread you have going. Why not respond there and ask the relevant question? – Raystafarian Mar 24 '12 at 16:51
    
@Raystafarian It is related. Indeed I'm looking for way to merge quickly and easily if possible – Nam G VU Mar 24 '12 at 17:12
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See my solution in your other thread using INDEX(), ROW() and COUNTA() functions, it is dynamic. – Jerry Beaucaire Mar 24 '12 at 19:46

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